Intensive research is being carried out to obtain methane alcohol from wood gas, which can be used as industrial alcohol or vehicle fuel. In the medium and long term, it is also conceivable that the product gas will be processed into new fuels to replace gasoline or natural gas. The carbon and dust particles produced during the pyrolysis of the LiPRO CHP can be used in agriculture as a soil additive. Since the carbon particles have a large specific surface area, it can increase the nutrient and water storage capacity.
We are always striving to develop and optimize the process, not only limiting ourselves to the conversion process itself, but also to what takes place before and after the actual energy conversion, always keeping in mind the holistic cycle.